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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommonlycom‧mon‧ly /ˈkɒmənli $ ˈkɑː-/ ●●○ adverb  1 USUALLYusually or by most people syn widely Sodium chloride is more commonly known as salt. a commonly used industrial chemical2 often, in many places, or in large numbers syn widely Lung cancer is the most commonly found cancer in men. commonly available software packages
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commonlyLast year, its statistics division found that commonly accepted estimates of gun injuries may be too high.That opposition is a neat one, and neatness in verbal formulations commonly arouses suspicion.Wilkins' column answers some of the most commonly asked questions about personal finance.The goals commonly attributed to management, in no particular order, are status, power, salary, and security.The next chapter will explore some of the analytical techniques that are commonly employed in working capital management.This bird is commonly found in Malaysia.Suffering, commonly seen as ugly and distorting, stirred emotions in him that brought the word beauty to his lips.Stamps are now commonly sold at grocery stores and all Wells Fargo ATMs.In tribal societies lineages commonly subordinate their material to their symbolic interests.Durum wheat is commonly used for making pasta.Isotopic compositions of continental intraplate mantle-derived magmas commonly vary as a function of lithospheric age.
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